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A definition for the normal in reflection and refraction?
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Hello, Say I have two concentric conducting rings, where r1 >> r2 (why is this important, btw?), and I run a time...
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Consider a brick-shaped ferromagnetic of relative magnetic permeability µ >> 1, which has dimensions 2a × 2a × a and a...
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